Crowds returned in the thousands to enjoy more events, festival space, food vendors, an extended parade route.
State leaders called for better support and policies for maternal mental health Tuesday as almost half of Utah mothers report mental health symptoms before, during or after pregnancy.
University of Utah Health experts addressed growing concerns Tuesday amid the shortage of baby formula, leaving parents frantically trying to provide for their children’s nutritional needs.
Hundreds of abortion rights advocates rallied at the Utah State Capitol.
Leaders, law enforcement, advocates and survivors gathered Wednesday for Denim Day, a day of action held on the last Wednesday of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The burning debris of a small single-engine, fixed-wing aircraft was discovered near Cedar City, Utah by Iron County authorities after initially responding to a small fire. The four occupants, who have yet to be identified, were pronounced dead at the scene.
Abigail Keyworth was the recipient of the first in utero fetal surgery in Utah. The now 11-month-old reunited with her caregivers Wednesday to celebrate the anniversary of her surgery.
With most of the expected Afghan refugees now resettled in Utah, Gov. Spencer Cox announced the state’s efforts are shifting toward education, training and employment.
The Utah County Commission consolidated the two offices in 1989, reasoning that the workload at the time did not require paying two full-time elected officials to handle the duties of the two offices.
The production has sold over 16,000 tickets already and is on track to outperform previous production numbers in the last 25 years, Andrew Goldberg, senior director for external affairs at Ballet West, said. The feat is notable as Ballet West enters its 76th year of “The Nutcracker,” the longest-running production in the country.
More than 3,000 Utahns have died from virus, a large portion of which includes people from racial and ethnic minority communities in the state.
Salt Lake City will be funneling the money through the city’s Redevelopment Agency Housing Development Loan Program. A portion of that funding, $2.7 million, is dedicated to projects located in what are considered “high opportunity areas.”
Census data released in August 2020 revealed that racial and ethnic minorities in Utah contributed slightly more than half, 52%, of roughly 508,000 new faces in the last decade. The same data revealed that Hispanic Utahns added the most of any minority group with more than 134,500 people.
The primary election will whittle down candidates in 10 mayoral races along the Wasatch Front, including two in which incumbents are seeking re-election — Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi and Park City Mayor Andy Beerman.
Steve Densley, a Utah County business leader who led the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce in Provo and was the second-longest serving chamber president in Utah’s history, died at age 74. Salt Lake Chamber President and CEO Derek Miller praised Densley’s contributions in a statement Thursday.
A Utah pharmacist surrendered his license in a disciplinary hearing with the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing after he allegedly prepared and distributed COVID-19 vaccination cards without administering the vaccine.
Utah civil rights leader Bettye Gillespie was the first African American to be appointed to the University of Utah board of trustees and was among the highest-ranked Black civilian employees at Hill Air Force Base.
A 56-year-old man was found dead in home after an hourslong standoff that began after police were called to a hospital to investigate an assault that reached a felony level.
Myron Millsap Barlow was booked into jail for investigation of two counts of DUI automobile homicide after police say he crashed into the back of a vehicle that had slowed on the freeway when a catering truck lost part of its load.
The Story Garden, part of Utah Pride Week, is an interactive outdoor exhibit curated with national and local partners. The exhibit highlights artists in the community, creating a space of representation.
Jill Biden will be making her first trip to the Beehive State as first lady, but she is no stranger to Utah. Biden campaigned for her husband last January in Salt Lake City.
One person was killed and two more were injured when a car and an SUV collided on Redwood Road.